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Eastern European Challenge; Official - September 2014
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EASTERN EUROPEAN CHALLENGE

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Goal:
-Watch as many Eastern European films as possible.
-Any film made in Eastern Europe counts.

...Of course, there is quite a bit of disagreement over which countries constitute "Eastern European." For the purposes of this challenge, we're going to define "Eastern Europe" as:


  • The colored portions of the above map (excluding Russia.)
  • For older films, anything made in the non-USSR portion of the Eastern Bloc counts (so anything made in Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, etc.)
  • Films made in the USSR that were clearly made in a region that later became Eastern Europe (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Belarus, etc.)
  • Films financed outside Eastern Europe, but which were predominantly filmed in the region (The Pianist, for example.)

[*]Any film selected for the UNESCO list by one of the Eastern European countries.

-If you are unsure of whether a film counts or not, just ask. (Hopefully someone can help you.)

Rules:
- A feature film (Anything over 40 minutes) counts as one entry
- A total of 90 minutes of short films count as one entry
- For Mini-Series (40 minute episodes or longer) each episode counts as an entry.
- For Mini-Series with shorter episodes (25 minutes or so), the 90 minute rule applies.
- Re-watches not allowed.

Challenge runs from 1 September 2014 - 30 September 2014.

Official iCM lists:

The UNESCO list has sections devoted to several Eastern European countries (look at the country index in the description.)

Unofficial iCM lists: (feel free to suggest more)

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
National Film Archive of Bosnia and Herzegovina's 10 Best Bosnian Films

BULGARIA
Union of Bulgarian Filmmakers' Top 12 Bulgarian Films
Union of Bulgarian Filmakers Awards: Best Feature Film

CROATIA
Best Croatian Films

THE CZECH REPUBLIC AND SLOVAKIA
The Czech New WaveThe Czech New Wave listal and imdb
Film Heritage's Top 50 Czech/Slovak Films
The Golden Foundation of Czech and Slovak Cinema
Czech and Slovak submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Czech Lion Award

ESTONIA
Estonian Film 100

HUNGARY
Gelencser Gabor's Recommended Film List for Hungarian Film History
Filmmuzeums Greatest Hungarian Films
New Budapest 12
Hungarian submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film

LATVIA
Latvian Cultural Canon: Cinema

POLAND
Polish Film Institute's 100 Years of Polish Cinema
Esensja's Top 50 Polish Films
Polish submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Polish Film Awards - Best Film
Gdynia Film Festival - Golden Lions

ROMANIA
Romanian Filmmakers Union & Movie Critics Association's Top 10 Romanian Films
Romanian submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film

SERBIA
Afun's Top 10 Serbian Films

SLOVENIA
Ekran's Top 10 Slovenian Films

YUGOSLAVIA
Yugoslav (and successor states) submissions for Best Foreign Language Film
Big Golden Arena - Best Film (1955-1990)

GENERAL
100 Classics of Russian and Eastern European Cinema (obviously only the non-Russian films count)
Top 100 Eastern European Films

NON-ICM LISTS:
Kenji's Albania
Dmitri Psahos' Bulgarian Cinema
Belldandy's Outline of Czech Film History
Kenji's "A Rosefinch Sang: The Czechoslovak New Wave"
Mizoguchi's Essential Czech Films
Indrek's Estonian Cinema
Estonian Film Critics' Top 10
Kenji's Essential Hungarian Films
Mizoguchi's Essential Hungarian Films
Somnambulist's Contemporary Lithuanian Cinema
Somnamb​ulist's Lithuanian Cinema in 1960-1990
Krstarica Forum's Top 20 Serbian Films
Kenji's Poland
Kinoholik's The 100 best Polish films of all time
From Romania, with Love
Arsaib's Romanian New Wave
Redhimi​hai's Made in Romania
verdikt_abstract's Top 120 Romanian Movies
The Best of Yugoslavia
Bobby Wise's Yugoslav Black Wave
Pedja's The Best of Yugoslavia
Kenji's Eastern European Elixirs
The Fabulous World of Eastern European Cinema
Minalex's Top 100 Eastern European Films

Participants:
3eyes 4
allisoncm
Armoreska 8
ataraxic 39
cinephage 8
fkaymak 5
funkybusiness 1
HVM 50
jajusu 10
jgwr
Knaldskalle
lampadatriste
Lilarcor 13
Lonewolf2003 2
Melvelet
mjf314 10
ryebass 5
Wonderful Rainbow 1

Many thanks to Timec for hosting last time (and writing this post!)
Edited by funkybusiness, Oct 1 2014, 08:14:54 AM.
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While I have my reservations about the title/scope of this challenge I'm in since I'm a challenge addict and we all know that beggars can't be choosers...
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1. Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012, Hungary)
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ok, I'll finish https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+15+ukrainian+films/jonas+van+dutch/ and see if I get any positives out of the remaining 5 (I think my highest and most common rating is 6 on this list)
Edited by Armoreska, Sep 1 2014, 11:56:58 AM.
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I will try to reach the glorious count of 7.
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In please. :)
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Alright, but only a few.

I've yet to see movies from Albania, Belarus, Moldova, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia in my "Conquer the World" challenge (I've been mostly focused on Africa so far).
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I'll watch a few.
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In.
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Don't know how much I'll watch (there are many that I should watch) but I'm in.

EDIT: Unfortunately some of the lists are gone.
Edited by Melvelet, Sep 1 2014, 07:29:17 PM.
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Sep 1 2014, 07:22:23 PM
Don't know how much I'll watch (there are many that I should watch) but I'm in.

EDIT: Unfortunately some of the lists are gone.
Yeah I didn't check all of them. I just copy-pasted the list from the last Eastern European challenge (which was two years ago).

If anyone has any of the broken lists posted elsewhere I'll fix the OP.
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1. Vec vidjeno / Deja vu (Markovic, 1987) 7/10

Nominated for WC by Mario Gaborovic. Solid Serbian thriller / horror. At times some flashy photography that works well, this is especially true for the first few scenes which sucked me in. Effective camerawork and a solid pace keeps things interesting, however I think the short court scene is very badly executed. At times the acting isn't at the level of the rest of the film. Overall I'd say this is a hidden gem in the genre. Going into my <400 list.
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I'm in too.
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I'm in. I'm planning on watching some Czech and Polish films. Some other countries too perhaps.
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1. Mother Joan of the Angels (Jerzy Kawalerowicz, 1961, Poland) - 8/10

Very nice locations and B/W photography transport you back to "real" events in 1623. The nuns are all worked up over demons who are causing strange temptations and satanic rumblings, especially from the mother superior Joan.

2. Cat's Play (Károly Makk, 1974, Hungary) - 7/10

Slice-of-life with a 60ish woman pensioner whose job as a singing teacher has ended. We sense her bitterness at the younger replacement and watch flashbacks of better days gone by. The editing is the interesting part because these constant remembrances of her and the love of her life are the only pretty things we see. Colors are vibrant and various filters are used when we glimpse the more glamorous past in contrast to a dull brown claustrophobic present that is her current existence.

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1. Božská Ema aka The Divine Emma (Krejčík, Czechoslovakia, 1979) 7/10
2. Ja milujem, ty miluješ/I Love, You Love (Hanák, Czechoslovakia, 1980) 7/10
3. Eva tropí hlouposti/Eva Fools Around (Frič, Czechoslovakia, 1939, REWATCH) Pretty dope screwball. 9/10
4. Signum Laudis (Hollý, Czechoslovakia, 1980) 7/10
5. Kristove roky aka Crucial Years (Jakubisko, Czechoslovakia, 1967) 6/10
6. Spřízněni volbou aka Elective Affinities (Vachek, Czechoslovakia, 1968) 6/10
7.1 Oratorio for Prague (Němec, Czechoslovakia, 1968; 30 min.) 7/10
7.2 Praha v záři světel/Prague in the Gleam of Lights (Innemann, Czechoslovakia, 1928; 22 min.) 6/10
7.3 Žijeme v Praze/We Live in Prague (Vávra, Czechoslovakia, 13 min., REWATCH) 7/10
8. Hotel Modrá Hvězda/Hotel Blue Star (Frič, Czechoslovakia, 1941) This stars the same leading couple as Eva, sadly it's nowhere near as wild. 6,5/10


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funkybusiness, you could add this to the list of Unofficial iCM lists. And I might also participate in this challenge, this is a great idea.
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funkybusiness, you could add this to the list of Unofficial iCM lists. And I might also participate in this challenge, this is a great idea.
Added it. Thanks!
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1. Božská Ema aka The Divine Emma (Krejčík, Czechoslovakia, 1979) 7/10
2. Ja milujem, ty miluješ/I Love, You Love (Hanák, Czechoslovakia, 1980) 7/10
3. Eva tropí hlouposti/Eva Fools Around (Frič, Czechoslovakia, 1939, REWATCH) Pretty dope screwball. 9/10
4. Signum Laudis (Hollý, Czechoslovakia, 1980) 7/10
5. Kristove roky aka Crucial Years (Jakubisko, Czechoslovakia, 1967) 6/10
6. Spřízněni volbou aka Elective Affinities (Vachek, Czechoslovakia, 1968) 6/10
7.1 Oratorio for Prague (Němec, Czechoslovakia, 1968; 30 min.) 7/10
7.2 Praha v záři světel/Prague in the Gleam of Lights (Innemann, Czechoslovakia, 1928; 22 min.) 6/10
7.3 Žijeme v Praze/We Live in Prague (Vávra, Czechoslovakia, 13 min., REWATCH) 7/10
8. Hotel Modrá Hvězda/Hotel Blue Star (Frič, Czechoslovakia, 1941) This stars the same leading couple as Eva, sadly it's nowhere near as wild. 6,5/10


So... you planning on finishing the Golden Foundation list this month or something? :)

and I've been meaning to watch more of Frič's work. The Peter Hames book on Czech and Slovak cinema recommends a few of those early Frič titles especially (I think he singles out Kristian as 'the best' but whatever)
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I'm not sure yet, probably not since I only have 20/23 films at hand anyway. I need to watch 5 to catch up with Muellwind :shifty: , 12 for Gold :happy: , 15 to become #1 :sweat:


Go for it, I love Eva the best but Kristian is one of the most beloved pre-war films around here and it is a seminal work. Even if, IMO, the comedy is far from timeless, the romance is still hot.

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BTW, not so bad tumblr. about Czech cinema.
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I may watch a few in connection with the War challenge.
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The Czech New Wave list doesn't exist on iCM anymore (had to delete it because of the one list limit) but you can still find it here: http://www.listal.com/list/great-czech-new-wave. IMDb list if anyone wants to add it to iCM: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls009543070/
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A few awards lists

Polish Film Awards - Best Film
Gdynia Film Festival - Golden Lions
Union of Bulgarian Filmakers Awards: Best Feature Film
Czech Lion Award
Big Golden Arena - Best Film (1955-1990)
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2. Pelísky (Hrebejk, 1999) 7/10

Great little family film which I wouldn't mind revisiting some day. Great rebelling dads. :lol:

3. Szegénylegények (Jancsó, 1966) 8/10

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Thanks, guys. Fixed the OP.
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3. Closely Watched Trains (Jirí Menzel, 1966, Czechoslovakia) - 6/10

I wasn't blown away but it was nice to finally watch.

4. Young Girls of Wilko (Andrzej Wajda, 1977, Poland) - 8/10

A man returns to his hometown after 15 years and reconnects with the neighbor girls from his youth. With varying degrees of (un)reciprocated love between them we learn with brutal honesty their true feelings after so many years. Some deep stuff to reflect on here.

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I have noticed (for example at the qonquer europe/the world challenges) that a lot of people have not seen any latvian films or have only seen Krisana/Fallen because it is featured on KG, but I as a latvian haven't even heard about it before. So I decided to share a few recommendations of what I believe some of you might enjoy and that are available with subtitles.

Great shorts that do not need subtitles:
Ten minutes older
Baltie zvani
+ Ursus I shared a while back and ICMers seemed to like it a while back.

A recent favorite FEMALE director Laila Pakalnina has made some great films:
Kurpe aka The Shoe Tati-esque Cinderella story set in Soviet times.
Leiputrija aka Dreamland a conemplative documentary about animals living in a landfill.
Par dzimteniti aka Three Men and a Fish Pond another documentary lonely 3 men growing fish in a post-soviet countryside.

Vai viegli but jaunam? aka Is it easy to be young? documentary about teenagers in Soviet Latvia, and the consequences of a riot (train demolition) after a rock concert.
Mother, I love you Latvias most succesful film festival-wise, also loved by viewers.
Kolka Cool about a village on the Baltic coast and it's 'moral downfall' (it pissed of a couple politicans because it was cofunded by the government)

Haven't yet seen but seems to be promising:
Zirneklis the only horror film from Latvia up to this year.
Gimenes lietas aka Family Instinct Both critically aclaimed and a cult favorite documentary about incest.

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Vecas pagastmajas misterija

And if you enjoy any of these titles don't forget to add them to your 500>400 lists!
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9. Zbehovia a pútnici/The Deserter and the Nomads (Jakubisko, Czechoslovakia, 1968) 5/10
10. Parada/Parade (Dragojević, Serbia etc., 2011) 7/10
11. Pelíšky aka Cozy Dens (Hřebejk, Czech Republic, 1999, REWATCH) ) 10/10
12. Baron Prášil/Baron Munchhausen (Zeman, Czechoslovakia, 1962, REWATCH) 6,5/10

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So far I've only seen "Limuzīns Jāņu nakts krāsā" but it is not a great film. I believe Latvia has much more to offer but some kind of relevant list is what's needed. Probably the most neglected European country in terms of seventh art.
Edit: The Parade (4/10) is one of the worse Dragojević films. The quality of his films vary but what I always give him credit for it's his distinctive humor on display.
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So far I've only seen "Limuzīns Jāņu nakts krāsā" but it is not a great film. I believe Latvia has much more to offer but some kind of relevant list is what's needed. Probably the most neglected European country in terms of seventh art.
Edit: The Parade (4/10) is one of the worse Dragojević films. The quality of his films vary but what I always give him credit for it's his distinctive humor on display.
Limuzīns Jāņu nakts krāsā is a film that I think only latvians can appreciate, one of those films that is being show on tv 3 times a year and everybody here loves it. Strange that you have seen it!
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Sep 4 2014, 08:31:07 PM
So far I've only seen "Limuzīns Jāņu nakts krāsā" but it is not a great film. I believe Latvia has much more to offer but some kind of relevant list is what's needed. Probably the most neglected European country in terms of seventh art.
Edit: The Parade (4/10) is one of the worse Dragojević films. The quality of his films vary but what I always give him credit for it's his distinctive humor on display.
Limuzīns Jāņu nakts krāsā is a film that I think only latvians can appreciate, one of those films that is being show on tv 3 times a year and everybody here loves it. Strange that you have seen it!
It was somebody of my friends at letterboxd who saw it before me. Seems that most-seen films from all countries are something only people from that area are able to understand. Like, Hababam sinifi :D

We also have a racing horse of our own. I doubt that any of you have heard of "Tesna koža" (Tight Skin). It is the unbeaten record holder at the Yugoslavian theaters (around 2 million viewers). However it gained a cult following in Russia and Bulgaria but otherwise I am not sure about the impression it may leave on Western Europeans.
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Edit: The Parade (4/10) is one of the worse Dragojević films. The quality of his films vary but what I always give him credit for it's his distinctive humor on display.
It is a flawed film but I had a good time watching it and that counts too. Yes, the characters are borderline caricatures and yes, the reality depicted is, I suspect, only loosely resemblant of the true state of affairs in Serbia. And for better or worse it's currently the second-best-rated film from Serbia (as in from 2006 onwards) at csfd.cz :D

P.S. I'm looking forward to watching Lepa sela lepo gore (1996).
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4. Czechoslovakia - Limonádový Joe aneb Konská opera / Lemonade Joe (Lipský, 1964) 5/10

I was really on board on this at first, but it loses steam at a rapid pace and towards the end I really struggled to focus or care about it. The blackface scenes midway through do not help of course. There's some really fun scenes before that however and the silent film visuals kept me entertained for most of it.

5. Czechoslovakia - Sedmikrásky / Daisies (Chytilová) 3/10

It's very rare I find movies that are clearly just not for me, last one was The Princess Bride (1987) which I watched two years ago and now I've found another. It's very easy to understand the love for it - it's a very competently made anarchistic, radical (?) feminist and wild film. Unfortunately I was boiling with rage watching it and I can't quite explain it. The scissor scene was mildly humorous though, I have to admit.

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I hope you're not done with Czech cinema. ;)
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I hope you're not done with Czech cinema. ;)
Not at all! I have lots of movies stored.
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I hope you're not done with Czech cinema. ;)
Not at all! I have lots of movies stored.
Good, I plan to rewatch Daisies for the challenge (wish me luck) and I remember liking LJ less and less upon each viewing (I stopped at 7/10). tehe
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01 - White God / Fehér isten, by Kornél Mundruczó (2014) 9/10

Jack London afficionados will probably enjoy this Hungarian movie. I really loved it.
I will now try to watch other films by this director, starting with Delta.
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1. Kolya (Sverak, 1996) 9/10

Heart-warmer with a fascinating historical/political backdrop; great soundtrack by some Czech greats (Dvorak, Smetana, et al).
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2. Do widzenia, do jutra (1960, Poland)
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1. Nóz w wodzie (1962) 7/10
2. Vabank (1981) 7/10
3. Vabank II czyli riposta (1985) 6/10
4. Essential Killing (2010) 7/10
5. Katyn (2007) 7/10

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